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CE/A ITC Senior Analyst

Company Name:
United Technologies Corporation
The selected candidate will serve as a member of the International Trade Compliance team (ITC) within Commercial Engines and Aftermarket (CE/A) business units reporting to the CE/A ITC Program
manager
. Responsibilities include bit are not limited to the following:
Manage Site Control Plans, Technology Control Plans, End Use Certificates, and any other controls plans;
Assist in the process of reviewing Jurisdiction Classification (JC) requests for hardware, software and technical data;
Assist in reporting of ACE site scorecard;
Coordinate P&W; International Trade Compliance requests to CE/A ITC leads and Council;
Coordinate CE/A IT systems export control shut downs and restorations;
Coordinate 2nd level export control reviews;
Assist in the development of standard work for CE/A ITC;
Coordinate with all CE/A sites on Project Compass and update/manage the monthly tracking sheet to be used to report status to the team and Sr. Management;
Other international trade compliance projects that require day to day coordination;
Coordinate with CE/A sites to track site information and ITC Focals (aka U.S. and non-U.S. BAERS)at each site;
Assist in the creation of slides for the CE/A ITC Council Meeting held twice a month;
Assist in the preparation of materials for BAER or Non US BAER trainings held multiple times a year;
Collect and maintain a CE/A ACE site database in the spreadsheet.
BS/MS in Engineering, Business Administration or equivalent. 3-5 years of product knowledge experience in the aerospace industry and strong project management skills. Self-starter and ability to work with a minimum supervision.
Strong, process based, demonstrated continuous improvement and communication skill set is a must.
ACE Associate proficiency is a must.
BAER certification is preferred.
10% of travel. A candidate should be a U.S. Person.
United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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